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Hello. I'm trying to get hold of some bindweed but I'm guessing not many people intentionally grow it so I'm not sure where tob find it. It will be grown in containers in a greenhouse and all the flowers removed so it doesn't spread. In the past I've had success using it as a larval host plant for h...
- Tue Mar 25, 2014 5:10 pm
- Forum: Wildlife and the Natural World (Public)
- Topic: Mouse Nest amongst the gunner.
- Replies: 8
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one year on the farm we didnt clear the muck fast enough and the mice were everywhere! it was so bad that at times we couldnt see the floor of walk through them! ive never seen anything like it. we dont poison them at clear out time so there was a killing spree by the local predators which was great...
- Tue Feb 25, 2014 7:39 pm
- Forum: HTUK Community Forum (public)
- Topic: pampered plants
- Replies: 11
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do people have a favourite plant in the garden that gets pampered more than all the rest? i hope im not the only one! That would make me crazy . For me its my drosophllum as it was the first non edible plant ive ever grown
ive been growing darlingtonia for a few years now but they do take years to get to an impressive size. i have some 3 year olds that are about an inch tall :( i got frustrated and just bought a few plants but lost the lot last summer! it was just to hot for them! Anyone else grow Drosophlum? the best...
- Sat Jan 25, 2014 1:11 pm
- Forum: Growing tips, hints, and discussions
- Topic: Plants That You Would Like To See On The Market:
- Replies: 22
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If you wanted to go in a different direction its hard to come by hardy aquatic species of utricularia and red forms of aldrovanda. also cephalotus is very easy to propagate but people can charge a hell of a lot for them, i dont really understand that
im trying to find fast growing plants from seed to add a bit of height to the garden. im poor so trying to keep costs down by growing as much as a i can from seed but also want a good looking garden quickly. Not even sure if thats possible
I know most are not tropicals but they are cool plants. i couldnt find a lot about them on here so i thought id make a thread. any other cp growers on here? ive been building my collection for a few years but i never seem to have enough